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Re: Hold source code in two repositories

From: Matthias Fechner <idefix_at_fechner.net>
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2008 13:46:26 +0200

Hi Andreas, Blair and Nathan,

Andreas Schweigstill wrote:
> Such a setup is possible with SVK:

thanks a lot for your answers, that would be really a great alternative.

But what is not possible, I hope I understood the documentation
correctly, is that I commit to a local (local on my network not on my
PC) repository and then syncronize to a second subversion server.

The background is, I have an own repository on one of my servers
running. Now I want to commit to my local repository (to have a backup
here) and then my repository should push the commit to the second
repository. Maybe check first if the second repository accept the
changes before I can commit to my own one.

I'm not sure like it is called but it is like mirroring the repository
or double commit to two place at the same time.

The problem there is, I have only normal user access to the second

Best regards,

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Received on 2008-04-16 14:35:14 CEST

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